USF Health & Johns Hopkins work to improve immune system diseases in children

USF Health & Johns Hopkins work to improve immune system diseases in children

Dr. Jolan Walter, recruited by both institutions, leads first national genetic screening study for WHIM syndrome, a rare and potentially deadly primary immunodeficiency

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